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The driving force behind one of the groups that defined 90's hip hop, Rza of the WuTang Clan took time out to talk to the Punch Drunk Critics about his new film The Man with the Iron Fists, a Kung Fu extravaganza with heavy roots in old school martial arts cinema. John and Travis will bring you up to speed on the movie and Rza's journey to get to this point. As well as bring you the man himself to talk about this dream project of his.
THEMIXLAB #72 - Still Razor Sharp Within the past 5 years, this is our rawest episode so far! For our 72nd installment pay tribute to one of the best hip-hop group of all time...the Wu-Tang Clan! This mixtape, known as Still Razor Sharp, displays just a fraction of the Wu-Tang collection. Enjoy over an hour worth of bangers, solo singles, and many other records, all crafted together by DJ JFresh-one. If you haven't done so, we encourage you all to support the Wu-Tang Clan and each of the members by purchasing their music. We also like to give much respect and thanks to the Wu family... The RZA, Gza, Ol' Dirty Bastard (R.I.P), Raekwon The Chef, U-god, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa aka Killa Priest, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, and Cappadonna.
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It’s all about Ghostface on this Week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio! First, the roundtable discusses his new collaborative concept album with musician Adrian Younge, 12 Reasons to Die! How does it measure up to his previous work? Does the Wally Champ sound as good over live instrumentation as he does over classic soul samples? Why is Raekwon MIA this time out? Does Adrian Younge successfully pay homage to composer Ennio Morricone? Does he remain true to RZA’s vintage sound? Is this the best release yet from Soul Temple Records?
We’ll also be doing a retrospective of Ghost’s career. Is he the most accomplished lyricist in the entire Wu-Tang Clan? Should he be considered one of the greatest rappers of all time? Just how much has he grown since the release of Enter The Wu Tang? Why do he and Raekwon make such an effective team? Did his stint on Def Jam records truly help his career? At 42 years old, should he still be rapping so much about cocaine? Where does he go from this point?
Last but not least, we’ll be having a belated 20 birthday celebration for Onyx’s debut album Bacdafucup. Has it stood the test of time? Did it change the course of East Coast Hip-Hop? Does the group get as much consideration as they deserve considering the influence they exerted in the early 1990’s? Is Sticky Fingaz one of the most underrated lyricists of his generation? Did any of their subsequent albums measure up to this one?
FRIDAY 6pm - 8pm Hosted by GMS & LR_BLITZKRIEG We will be talking about the new movie "The Man With The Iron FIsts", in theaters 11/2. Directed by RZA with Quentin Tarantino. Playing music off the soundtrack, produced by RZA, featuring numerous Hip Hop including some from Wu Tang Clan. KOSHA DILLZ calls in with an update from off the Man With the Iron Fists Hip Hop Tour going on right now, with RZA, U-GOD, KOSHA DILLZ and more. If you want to talk about the movie or the music, ca
It’s the first annual Scottscope Election Day Sspecial! This week, the roundtable will have an in-depth discussion about The RZA’s directorial debut The Man With The Iron Fists! Did The RZA’s reach exceed his grasp? Should the Abbot of the Wu-Tang Clan just stick to making music? Did he truly manage to capture the spirit of the old Shaw Brothers classics? How does Russell Crowe measure up in his role as the mysterious Jack Knife? Does he tr
Writer/Producer/Director Eli Roth (Hostel, Hostel 2...) & Writer/Director Michael J. Bassett (Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, Solomon King, Deathwatch...), join us on The Matthew Aaron Show this Wednesday (10/31) evening starting at 6pm PT.
Eli joins us to chat a bit about his career and his new film THE MAN WITH THE IRON FISTS which he co-wrote & produced. The martial arts film is co-written and directed by hip hop legend RZA who also stars in the film along side Russell Crowe & Lucy Liu. The film hits theaters everywhere on November 2nd.
Michael will discuss his career and new film SILENT HILL: REVELATION 3D starring Adalaide Clemens, Sean Bean and Carrie-Ann Moss.
Show starts at 6pm PT (8pm CT / 9pm ET). Listen live on our website or subscribe for free and download the show on iTunes.
Who is Mikey Jay? Well he is definitely no stranger to the music industry. He is a 6x award winning Music Producer/Lyricist, a grammy nominee and a hit maker! More than a producer, this EMI music -Rap Legends Recordings arist is a New York City born writer/lyricist who has been making music since age 13. With influences stemming from producers such as Michael Jackson, Diamond D, Herbie Hancock, Quincy Jones, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Doctor Dre, the RZA and DJ Premier (as well a
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dodger’s reputation of intense live shows and a rabid following soon caught the attention of Juno award winning producer Jag Tanna (I Mother Earth), They record 2 albums,Musth and Abombation, play dates on Warped Tour and Wakestock and follow up with tours in Eastern and Western Canada. They share the stage Finger 11, Goldfinger, Silverstein, Hot Water Music, Rza and Gza from The Wu-Tang Clan, and ill Scarlett.
This is the TSR Occupy Wallstreet edition as we welcome outspoken progressive AZ mc Vprolific with friend Danielle Nieto as we will discuss the upcoming Occupy Phoenix event on the 15th as well as how hip hop has effected each of their lives and how they utilize hip hop as a tool for social change. Music played on this show will be by Vprolific, Kendrick Lamar and RZA, Jay Electronica, J Cole, MC Pennywise, Roqy Tyraid, Nas and Rick Ross, Kaliq Scientific and more.
Rapper Lil Wayne recently settled a $1.2 million tax bill.Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flames has linked with PETA to support the fair treatment of animals.Wu-Tang frontman The RZA has released a statement denying reports that he was planning to sue West coast rapper The Game over a track that appeared on his critically acclaimed mixtape, Purp & Patron.
With hits like "Lost In Tokyo"(by the RZA) “The
Next Best Thing” and “A Breath of Fresh Air” so quickly attributed to every artist today New York’s City Haze is focused on capturing the attention of Hip-Hop lovers everywhere. Stepping onto the independent music scene in Winter of ’07, the emcee has quickly developed a buzz only a few on NYC’s underground can genuinely claim.
New York has always generated some of the greatest talent in Hip-Hop but the city’s rap scene has stagnated
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